Erling Haaland has recovered from a groin injury in time to go to Southampton on Saturday.
Last month, the 42-goal forward had to cancel an international commitment due to an injury, which prevented him from being at Manchester City’s victory over Liverpool.
The 22-year-old Norwegian, though, resumed training on Wednesday and is anticipated to begin at St Mary’s.
“He trained really well the last two days,” remarked Pep Guardiola. He’ll be all set.
“We still have two months to go in terms of physicality.
We aren’t practicing to develop rhythm. Sleep a lot and eat well. Focus on doing it well.
The City manager insisted that Haaland cannot be held back in preparation for Tuesday’s opening leg of the Champions League quarterfinal.
“My final thought is Bayern Munich,” he continued. In Southampton. Every day and every week, the Premier League is on.
“There are no more international breaks; this is the last stretch of the season.
The number of games we play will vary. Win games and we stay in the game; lose games and we are out.
Champions of the Premier League If City wins at Saint Mary’s, their lead over league leaders Arsenal will be reduced to five points.
On Sunday, the Gunners, who have played one more game, travel to Anfield, where they have had bad luck.